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Academic Advisement for Freshmen and Sophomores has begun!
From: Academic Affairs | Academic Advising Center
Are you a freshman or sophomore who has not been advised for summer and fall 2014 classes? Well, advisement season for freshmen and sophomores has officially begun! The University Academic Advising Center (UAAC) has created a new icon on my.utpa.edu for you to schedule your own appointment with your Advisor! Click the link below to read about the 10 Simple Steps to scheduling your academic advising appointment. This guide contains useful ...

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Primer Concurso de Poesía, Cuento y Fotografía en la Salud
From: Academic Affairs | Modern Languages and Literatures
The Medical Spanish for Heritage Learners Program te invita a participar en el primer concurso de poesía-cuento-fotografía en la salud.  La temática de los trabajos se limita al campo de la salud, es decir, tanto el cuento, la poesía como la fotografía deberán hacer alusión a la salud, a la ...

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Shorten your Path to a College Degree!
From: Student Affairs | Office of High School to University Programs and Testing Srv
The knowledge you''ve gained from your education or professional experiences can take you further than you think. CLEP offers you the opportunity to earn college credit by earning qualifying scores on any of 33 CLEP examinations. CLEP helps you: Save time.

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Foreign Language Proficiency Exam – WebCAPE
From: Student Affairs | Office of High School to University Programs and Testing Srv
WebCAPE is an examination offered by UTPA Testing Services and approved by the Department of Modern Languages for demonstrating second language proficiency. The purpose of WEBCAPE is to use it to help students meet the language proficiency and graduation requirement which is currently part of the undergraduate degree programs.

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CLEP for Military Personnel
From: Student Affairs | Office of High School to University Programs and Testing Srv
Use your military experience to earn college credit. The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) offers you the opportunity to earn up to 12 college credits by passing any of 33 exams. There are 2,900 colleges and universities in the United States that will recognize your comprehensive subject knowledge acquired through course work, independent study, cultural pursuits, travel, special interests, military ...

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